Connected Mapping

Event date: May 24, 2017, 11.00am – 4.00pm
London, UK

Connected mapping is HERE…

For people and organisations involved with asset tracking, routing and driver behaviour, here is an invitation to gain valuable insight into the world of HERE Technologies, whether you are an existing user or thinking of utilising this platform.

An interactive FREE seminar and workshop from HERE Technologies and Wireless Logic:

    • Learn about HERE Technologies and their future product development – the Open Location Platform
    • Benefit from a workshop environment and breakout sessions where opportunities and challenges can be addressed head-on


Key subject areas to include:

Fleet Management – better ETA, improve safety, cost and time efficiency

Speed Limits/Truck Attributes – driver behaviour, real-time safety, better-quantified risk

Mobile Devices in an ‘On-demand market’ – mapping technology tools to connect service users and customers

The Connected Mapping event is targeted at organisations seeking mapping connectivity solutions typically found within the M2M/IoT space. The nature of the event means that the number of organisations and personnel will be limited. If over-subscribed, the organisers hope to run further events in the coming months.

For more information visit: Event Website

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